Murders of pregnant women for their unborn babies are brutal and savage crimes. The offender literally cuts the fetus from the victim mother’s womb in a bizarre replication of a cesarean section procedure, according to Vernon Geberth, M.S., M.P.S., a New York homicide and forensic consultant. This type of homicide is statistically rare, he reports, but not without precedent.
With acknowledgement that change, learning new programs, and adopting a new process is a challenge, is it safe to say that the major roadblock to incorporating successful e-filing systems is human resistance? Read More →
Note the word—Kidnapped—by Ransomware, a newly-identified thief. Drew Robb shares the warnings and the necessary security measures to protect your computer. Read More →
Kitty Hailey brings an often overlooked perspective in her answers to this question. Her occasional articles are always among the favorites of PI Magazine’s readers. Read More →